PE's 'road rage dad' still unidentified

2015-11-05 15:34
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WATCH: PE road rage incident turns physical

2015-11-04 09:03

A video showing a Port Elizabeth man beating another in an alleged road rage incident has been caught on camera and uploaded to social media. Watch. WATCH

Durban - Port Elizabeth police have no record of a road rage assault involving two men which was caught on film on Monday.

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Footage of the incident surfaced on Tuesday and showed a man beating another at the roadside while paramedics and other bystanders looked on.

While a man cowers and tries to shield himself by hiding behind a traffic light-pole, his attacker can be heard saying:  “I will fucking fuck you up… poes.”

The alleged aggressor in the incident had purportedly rushed to the scene after his daughter had been involved in an accident.

Paramedics who witnessed the incident had told how the alleged aggressor had become enraged after a man who crashed into his daughter’s car refused to get of his vehicle and supply his details.

Police spokesperson Captain Sandra van Rensburg had said that no cases of assault had been registered by the parties, but that police were “looking into” the matter.

Both of the men remain unidentified at this point.

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